Before I became involved in mental health, I wrote children's books. I started writing when I was a small child and I never stopped. I love using words to understand and express life. I find storytelling to be very therapeutic. May we all find ways to tell our stories...  
   

The Little Girl that Nobody Wanted is an allegorical story about rescuing the inner child and releasing long-forgotten traumas. The story illustrates how experiences like low self-esteem, depression, negative self-talk and hearing voices develop to protect against unwanted feelings that were first repressed in childhood. Trauma, emotional neglect and other life experiences keep this vulnerable “inner child” hidden from view, but the path to deep healing lies in rescuing her. This book is a resource for anyone who has experienced childhood trauma or difficulties, or works with people who do. More info or to buy....
The Forgotten Spell: I like to write old-fashioned gamebooks, the likes that were very popular just before computer games took over the world. Gamebooks are those kinds of books in which the pages are all scrambled up. You are the hero, and you will have to decide which way to go, which creatures to trust, and ultimately, how the story ends. You can make your choices by following the instructions at the end of each paragraph. You can also cast spells, collect valuables, and solve the puzzles which will give you clues. For more information on this, please visit www.spellcastergamebooks.com